Florida Prenuptial Agreement Attorneys
A Prenup Can Protect You in Divorce
Prenuptial agreements are written agreements between two people before they are married. They are used for laying out rules regarding what each party will receive if the marriage does not work out.
Most prenuptial agreements, also known as prenups, include provisions for:
- Dividing property
- Protection of property
The purpose is to outline the obligations, assumptions, and responsibilities between both parties. If executed to meet the needs of the couple in question, a prenuptial agreement can prove to be mutually beneficial.
Having an attorney who understands matrimonial law as well as what can complicate an agreement will ensure a just and fair outcome for all. Let The Berman Law Group help you draft a strong and fair prenup. Our Florida prenuptial agreement lawyers are ready to help.
From our offices in Boca Raton, Deerfield Beach, Orlando, Stuart, and Gainesville, we serve all of Florida. Schedule a free consultation with us by calling (800) 883-5206.
What Goes into a Prenuptial Agreement
The most covered items within a prenuptial agreement are property, alimony, and retirement accounts. It is important to understand the rights of the undersigned to ensure all parties receive what they are entitled to.
Partnering with an attorney who is well-versed in prenuptial agreements can work to address issues such as:
- Properties that are held jointly or individually
- Parties responsible for paying debts
- Addressing joint debts
- Allocation of earnings
- Inequities in earning
- Business management in event of divorce or death
- Concerns for disabilities
- Marital priorities for children
- Special needs of children
- Insurance considerations
Our attorneys work to identify the key issues to be addressed and negotiate the terms of the agreement from the drafting stage to the execution. They will work to leave no stone unturned.
Coming to Clarity
It is critical to make sure your agreement meets all the legal requirements for it to be enforceable in court. For instance, the agreement must be in writing and signed by all parties. There are also limitations to these agreements. For instance, an agreement may address issues relating to the sharing of an estate, but it cannot dictate the terms of child custody or child support.
The agreement must also be proven to have been entered voluntarily by consenting parties. If the court finds that one person was pressured or forced into signing, the agreement may not be legally enforceable.
Working with an attorney will ensure the prevention of these obstacles so that the outcome is fair, transparent, and within the best interest of all parties.
Benefits to Agreement
A prenuptial agreement in many cases is an attempt to get a concrete form of marriage mediation in writing. If a couple is fighting over money, the fear of what may happen if one party throws the other out of the house could create dishonest communication between the married couple.
With a prenuptial agreement in place, couples can communicate and stay together with the knowledge of what would happen if the marriage does not go favorably. Hiring an attorney to assist with your prenuptial agreement can help you and your spouse achieve peace of mind.
Contact The Berman Law Group today at (800) 883-5206. Our Florida prenuptial agreement lawyers look forward to serving you.
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